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  • Audio CD (25 Nov. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Castleface
  • ASIN: B00GGHOXIG
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 202,017 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hilton Royale on 28 Nov. 2013
Format: Audio CD
Is there currently a better, more ferocious rock n roll band around than Thee Oh Sees? I'm not so sure.
They are certainly one of the hardest working, if not thee hardest working band in showbizz, releasing
more than one album each year and touring so hard that they're responsible for more than 12% of the
collected roadkill in the states, according to the latest statistics.

Since november 2011 they have dropped three great albums; Carrion Crawler/The Dream, Putrifiers II
and Floating Coffin. These albums contain an insane amount of good songs: Crack in your eye,
Contraption/Soul Desert, Carrion Crawler, Wax face, Hang a picture, So nice, Lupine Dominus,
I come from the mountain, Toe cutter, Tunnel time and Minotaur, to name a few.

This time they're back with a collection of non-album singles and songs pulled from compilations,
spanning the band's 2011-13 output, and the songs included on this collection are(as you would
expect from such a release)not quite up to the high standard of their recent albums. It's
split equally between the good and the bad.

I love "What you need". I could listen to that groove all day. "Wait let's go" is another standout,
a very nice slice of sunshine pop, simple and catchy. Other highlights include "Always flying" and
"Devil again". The rest is pretty indifferent, and "Girls who smile", "Burning spear" and "FBI2"
are crap.

Thee Oh Sees are one of the most exciting, hardest-hitting live acts you'll ever see. Go see a show
or just check out some of the footage available. It's awesome and can keep you occupied for days.

If you're a newcomer to Thee Oh Sees I wouldn't recommend this as an entrance. Then you should
rather get "Carrion Crawler/The Dream" or "Floating Coffin", and if you want to go a bit further back,
then "Help" from 2009 is a good choice.

Too much Oh Sees?
You can never have too much Oh Sees.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Hit and miss 28 Nov. 2013
By Hilton Royale - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Is there currently a better, more ferocious rock n roll band around than Thee Oh Sees? I'm not so sure.
They are certainly one of the hardest working, if not thee hardest working band in showbizz, releasing
more than one album each year and touring so hard that they're responsible for more than 12% of the
collected roadkill in the states, according to the latest statistics.

Since november 2011 they have dropped three great albums; Carrion Crawler/The Dream, Putrifiers II
and Floating Coffin. These albums contain an insane amount of good songs: Crack in your eye,
Contraption/Soul Desert, Carrion Crawler, Wax face, Hang a picture, So nice, Lupine Dominus,
I come from the mountain, Toe cutter, Tunnel time and Minotaur, to name a few.

This time they're back with a collection of non-album singles and songs pulled from compilations,
spanning the band's 2011-13 output, and the songs included on this collection are(as you would
expect from such a release)not quite up to the high standard of their recent albums. It's
split equally between the good and the bad.

I love "What you need". I could listen to that groove all day. "Wait let's go" is another standout,
a very nice slice of sunshine pop, simple and catchy. Other highlights include "Always flying" and
"Devil again". The rest is pretty indifferent, and "Girls who smile", "Burning spear" and "FBI2"
are crap.

Thee Oh Sees are one of the most exciting, hardest-hitting live acts you'll ever see. Go see a show
or just check out some of the footage available. It's awesome and can keep you occupied for days.

If you're a newcomer to Thee Oh Sees I wouldn't recommend this as an entrance. Then you should
rather get "Carrion Crawler/The Dream" or "Floating Coffin", and if you want to go a bit further back,
then "Help" from 2009 is a good choice.

Too much Oh Sees?
You can never have too much Oh Sees.
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